Down, But Never Out

Don’t be surprised when the enemy hits you when you are down. One of the key strategies of the enemy is to wait until you are weak, depressed, sad, grieving, angry, frustrated, hungry, oppressed, sick, in a bad mood, struggling, or having a bad day for whatever reason — and that is when the enemy

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How To Be A Responsible Voter

As a follower of Christ you have a responsibility to vote and to participate in government as a practice of your faith and an expression of your love.   The United States was built to be a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, so if you don’t show up, don’t make

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Time To Prioritize Your Priorities

Successful people prioritize well.  They order their lives and their decisions by the value and importance that each situation, each opportunity, each relationship, each connection, each conversation, each resource, and each moment of time offers. Success is, in large part, the result of what you prioritize.  So, people should not be surprised when they achieve

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Consider the Consequences

The Bible says of Abraham that he, “…believed the Lord, and the Lord counted him as righteous because of his faith” – Genesis 15. But was he?  Was Abraham righteous?  Did Abraham believe God? Let’s consider the evidence. God said, “I will make you into a great nation….All the families on earth will be blessed

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One Voice Can Make a Difference

One voice can make a difference. It is easy to look at circumstances, to evaluate your chances of success, and to question why you would risk failure or go against the odds.  It’s common to wait for someone else to discover the same solution that you have already figured out before you share your findings

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